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Parent/Family Resources

 The Gifted and Talented Program provides multiple seminars and presentations for parents throughout the year. See below for parent resources, documents, and useful links.


As a parent or caregiver, you may understand that the differences your child exhibits relate to her giftedness, but your child/learner likely does not. When children notice and feel different from their peers, they seek explanations. See this resource from NAGC, Talking with your child about giftedness for some great tips and strategies.

Advocating for Your Child
Parents often wonder when and how to approach their child's teacher if their child seems unhappy or not challenged in the classroom. This NAGC TIP sheet on Classroom Advocacy offers some suggestions on starting this conversation to partner with your child’s teacher.




SENG PARENT BOOK STUDy

Join the Jeffco GT Social/Emotional Learning Counselors and other parents in your community for a year long book group.  We will be going into a deep understanding of the social and emotional needs of your gifted child.  Registration is now closed.  Click here to view the flyer.

 

Parent/Family Learning and Meetings

USEFUL LINKS

 Social-Emotional resources for parents and students:

Academic/Scholarship Resources

  • Center for Bright Kids(CBK) Locally-based organization that provides the Western Academic Talent Search (WATS), providing opportunities to take above-level testing to recognize outstanding academic ability, as well as CBK Summer Programs for high-interest, high-ability students.
  • Davidson Institute  Check out the Davidson Institutes Free Guidebooks for info on Advocacy, College Entrance, Twice Exceptionality, Mentorships and other great family resources
  • UNC Summer Enrichment Programs (SEP): overnight summer camps that provide unique learning experiences addressing the intellectual and affective needs of gifted learners at the University of Northern Colorado - Greeley.
  • Yunasa Summer camps offered by the Institute for Educational Advancement, including one in Colorado.

 

Gifted Parent Academy

 We are now offering four different online courses to help parents gain a deeper understanding of their gifted children and load up their tool boxes with effective strategies for greater success and well-being. Courses are open enrollment - start anytime and work at your own pace - and cost only $35 per family. See the website for course descriptions, format information, and registration.

 

GT Presentations


  • 9/23/19 Parent/Family Learning Presentations 


 

  • 12/28/18 Post Secondary Search                                                                                                            Social-Emotional                                                                                                                      Executive Functioning                                                                                                            GT 101                                                                                                                                        Early Access

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